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Made for $50,000, One Life Stand was the first ever UK digital feature and the best reviewed British independent film of 2000. Adventures In DV goes behind the scenes to reveal how it was made and why it became an inspiration to a new generation of independent filmmakers.
This movie is part of the collection: Community Video
Director: May Miles Thomas
Production Company: Elemental Films
Audio/Visual: sound, color
Keywords: One Life Stand; digital movie; Gary Lewis; Maureen Carr; John Kielty; documentary; making of; behind the scenes; black and white; digital; Scotland; Scottish; Glasgow; prostitution; mother; son; Elemental Films
Contact Information: www.onelifestand.co.uk, www.elementalfilms.co.uk
Creative Commons license: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs
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As an independent filmmaker myself, I found this behind-the-scenes short to be truly inspirational. Excellent work! I can't wait to see One Life Stand.